A German federal police officer poses with his video surveillance camera during a drill at Ostbahnhof train station in Berlin, Germany April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
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German police arrested two men on Tuesday and carried out 22 searches in a crackdown on human trafficking that authorities say helped illegally secure asylum approvals for at least 10 migrants, mostly from Iran.The other was a 54-year-old German translator, who coached the migrants through the asylum application process in return for cash, the prosecutor's office and German Federal Police said in a statement.One of the other suspects still under investigation is a German lawyer who is suspected of having encouraged migrants to make false statements to German migration authorities, according to the statement.
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